Benjamin Ayres co-stars in Saving Hope, a drama where his character is often arm-deep in blood, but the actor loves comedy, or as he admits, “it’s just in my bones.”
The third season of Saving Hope kicked off on September 22 by spinning things around for Dr. Alex Reid, played by Erica Durance, and the two men that are fighting for her. Sitting down to chat earlier this month about the new season, which airs on CTV, Durance gave a few hints about where the show is headed, and what’s new for Alex and the rest of the characters.
In the fourth episode of Media Box podcast: we’re talking about travel, including a look at surprising Sandusky, Ohio; glamping at Long Point Eco-Adventures; and France in the summer, including Carcassone and Bordeaux. There’s also an interview with Canadian actress Erica Durance talking about the second season of CTV’s Saving Hope; reviews of White House Down, which just opened in theatres, plus Upside Down and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, which both came out on Blu-ray this week.
At Hope Zion Hospital, life and death cross paths on a regular basis, and Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks), and his fiancée, Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) seem to constantly be stuck in the middle.
Doctors deal with a lot of mixed emotions in any given day–heartache, triumph, loss, and love–but, what else is happening inside the hospital walls that even they don’t see? In CTV’s new medical drama, Saving Hope, we get a glimpse into that world that few television shows have ever touched upon, examining what is happening on the edge of life and death for both the doctors, and their patients.
Erica Durance and Michael Shanks star in CTV’s new emotional medical drama, Saving Hope, which premiers tomorrow, June 7, and takes viewers to Toronto’s Hope-Zion Hospital, the home of some of the country’s best doctors, and where one man is finding out first hand that it’s difficult for some people to move on.